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down, 16th street, use beach or georgia avenue, and remember the culvert is shut down for six months as well so no shortcut either available for you there. 66 in get shape. manassas, centerville, we'll take a live look on northbound 95. looking fine in springfield. late this morning. back to the maps. the beltway is fine, again college park into silver springs, don't forget about the closure on 16th street because of the tree down in the road, we'll take a live look one more time here. andrea? mike? >>> there was a gunman suspected of firing shots in a mall in new jersey. he is now apparently dead. his body was found inside this mall. it happened yesterday at the garden state plaza mall in new jersey, and there were reports of gunfire just before closing and witnesses say the shooter was dressed in black. >> the mall was on lockdown, as officers went room by room. the suspect has apparently been found dead. let's recap what brought us to this point. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. team members stormed the garden state plaza mall in new jersey. a gunman opened fire just before closing time. the
the door, be aware of that use your detour this morning, mark. dale city to woodbridge you're fine on to 95 in lorton, newington and springfield. we'll take a live look there on the northbound side where we're in great shape. the lanes are open and the hov lanes are clearing up right now. you can see the flashing lights at the top side of the screen opening up those lines as we speak. back over to the maps and this time on the north side. no issues to report on 270 out of gaithersburg, rockville, bethesda and we're in good shape on the beltway at the dulles toll road. two left lanes remain blocked with construction and the ramp to get on to the westbound toll road as well. >>> sexual assaults in the military have jumped 46% in the past year. that's an alarming rate. >> that's over 3500 victims. tara mergener reports from washington on what some lawmakers want to do about the problem in the coming weeks. >> reporter: sexual attacks on military members jumped sharply over the past year. a new defense department report says 33,5 -- 3,553 members of the military reported being sexually assaulte
morning. 10,000 people. a beautiful day for that. thanks to everybody who came and supported us and continues to fight the fight to get the number one killer taken care of, so it can drop down the list significantly. weather wise enjoy today. it is a mild day, at least for the start of the week. going to be significantly colder here tomorrow and wednesday. you will need your heaviest coats here. 45 degrees this morning at 9:00. by noon 54. on our way to about 58 so really not a bad start to the week with a good deal of sunshine. a few more clouds later this afternoon into the evening. and sunset 4:57. we're watching a strong cold front way up here. there are snow showers up across minnesota this morning. a couple of the rain showers in michigan and southwest michigan not far from chicago this morning, some light stuff but we're not going to have any problems with weather today. a chilly start. no argument here. we have 30s and some 40s. cambridge is 47. a few 20s out in the mountains and oakland and davis and elkins but gaithersburg and baltimore 39. this afternoon really looks
today. actually going to be the nicest day of the week coming up for us. we have clouds but i expect them to be breaking to partly to most will you cloudy skies. 53. today 67 or so should do it so very comfortable this afternoon. 4:00 65. southerly winds running about 10 miles an hour and the clouds will thicken up tonight with showers late into thursday. tough to see some of the low clouds. it's sort of a milky gray here. you get west of the appalachians, we have generally clear skies and down south a few clouds as well. 36 in cumberland to 56, 20 degrees warmer at the pax river naval air station. 48 in gaithersburg. 51 degrees at joint-base andrews and 51 also in fredricksburg and a pleasant afternoon. we're looking at temperatures which will make it in most places well up in the 60s, potentially 70s in luray and manassas. here comes monika with timesaver traffic. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm very happy to say we're starting off this early morning rush hour really nicely. there are no big deals to report around town, including on i-270 coming in from frederick down to the point
like an exchange site. they act and feel like one. they use the word "exchange" in them but they're not exchange related. there are private sites trying to gather information on you. >> reporter: lastly the old knock on the door. >> they're shady navigators beginning to hit the streets. people are showing up trying to charge you money to enroll to help them -- help you enroll in the programs. >> reporter: beaware of any e- mails you get. for more information you can go to wusa9.com. debra alfarone, wusa9. >>> the official death toll in the philippines is over 1700 at this point but it is expected to climb somewhere near 10,000. the numbers keep changing. we are starting to get a sense of the widespread destruction from typhoon haiyan now as we see some of the first images of the storm. >> the philippines ambassador to the united states sat down with ken molestina to talk about this natural disaster, about what it's like being so far away when the people back home are dealing with such tragedy. >> it's only when you see these photos, then of course the videos have been coming out
alfarone tells us investigators say his 2-year- old daughter was in the car when this happened. >> reporter: police say this incident didn't even start here. it started at an intersection off mall property where two cars were edging each oh out. but it ended back here in absolutely the wrong way. >> as human beings we are ridiculous. >> reporter: a bloody scene all over the most seemingly simple thing. >> it appears to be a dispute over who had the right of way at an intersection. >> reporter: police say this car now smashed and crumpled from an unsuccessful get away but being driven by a man who not only had a car seat but also a knife. >> i was maybe about five inches. >> reporter: that man pulled his car over and got out and stabbed two people he had a beef with in this car. police now questioning that car's driver. then police say the man with the knife drove off but not before hitting this car and ending up in police custody. it was quite a scene in the middle of the day. >> we saw a guy down. we saw a guy in a sweatshirt walking up -- up and down. making a lot of noise. >> moaning i t
.n.a. is used to catch criminals and in alexandria, pooper downtown trators. i said it. there's such a bad poop problem, they called in dog detectives. surae chinn has the scoop. >> reporter: a little csi has gone to the dogs. >> we've got a problem. >> reporter: at the midtown alexandria station condos, residents complain of dog droppings outside, in the parking garage, elevators and on the carpet. >> it's an awful thing. who does that? >> reporter: the property management says they've done what they can. put out the polite letters telling dog owners to pick up the poop. they also say the surveillance cameras can't be in every corner. so they've turned to poop prints. a dog d.n.a. testing company to catch the poopertrators. the doggie paw print is entered into a database. a waste sample is run through the database for a match. >> it's extreme measures. it's a big waste of money. >> it comes out to about $3 a unit. >> we have 360 units. that's a lot of money. >> reporter: dog d.n.a. crusader and bored member joseph gill her says the d.n.a. deter me
:15 southbound on route 29 crews tell us that exit is still blocked off southbound on route 29 out in warrenton, involving the tractor trailer. they tell us it is fairly minor in nature, taking time for clean it up on southbound route 29. coming in you are going to be in great shape from manassas to sentterville. between the dulles toll road a tiny bit of traffic, no big deal as you head down to springfield on 495. on the northbound side of 95, heading to 495, no issues as you head to 395 and the 14th street bridge. college park into silver spring, 95 coming in from baltimore, 270 on to frederick. at new hampshire avenue, nice and quiet early this morning. back to you guys. >>> the negative campaigning almost over. tomorrow virginiaians -- those in virginia will head to the poll to elect a new governor. >> reporter: it is one of the most closely watched contests in the nation. the governor's race in the commonwealth of virginia. >> good afternoon virginia. >> reporter: scandal actress kerry washington makes a brief appearance. >> we have a chance to elect someone as governor, who will take virg
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